Sixteen Countries Joined The Case Study of Marwah at Peace Summit

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Case Study of Sandeep Marwah with 16 Countries

Noida: The delegates from the countries of Cuba, Indonesia, Tunisia, Uzbekistan, Tajikistan, Sudan, Seychelles, Sierra Leone, South Africa, Tanzania, Congo, Kyrgyzstan, Nepal, Kenya, Bhutan and South Sudan participated in the International Peace Conference organized by World Peace Development And Research Foundation at Noida Film City.

A case study of Sandeep Marwah was also the part of the agenda. His vision of establishing a film city in North India, his film and TV studios and the most famous film school of the World were part of the discussion.

Sandeep Marwah is six time World Record Holder, and the only Indian to be honored more than 500 times from more than 70 countries of the World.

His 100 organizations and untiring efforts towards building a peaceful World is worth mentioning at every platform. He can be the next candidate for Noble Prize.

Kellyhroy Gatobu of Keyna said I am honored to be with Marwah. His motivational words have taught me a lot. Leila Salimi of Tunisia said we have gained new energy after meeting Sandeep Marwah. Habib Muhammad Shahib of Indonesia appreciated the two books presented to every delegate, which speaks about the activities of Marwah.

Aiah Kpakiwa from Sierra Leone, Saviona Isaac from Seychelles paid their respect and thanked Marwah for hosting Global Peace Summit at Marwah Studios.

Raul Velazquez Alvarez from Cuba and Mr. Bikindou Whezis Sem Darcy from Congo extended their warm thanks to Ministry of Skill Development and External Affairs Ministry, Government of India for sponsoring their trip to India.

Later Sandeep Marwah presented the membership of ICMEI- International Chamber of Media And Entertainment Industry to all the foreign delegates.

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